100 Watchers FeatureOh man. Oh man. Ohmanohmanohmanohman.
I can't believe it. 100 watchers.
As a way to express my gratitude, I've put together a collection of art from every single one of my watchers. The first people who watched me are at the top, and my most recent watchers are at the end. Deviants with empty galleries will have a smiley in place of artwork.
Thank you, guys. It's an honor to be watched by so many talented people.
Seriously, you folks have some crazy awesome skills. Many of you were added to my own watch list after I discovered your awesome galleries.
(BTW, be sure to +fav and/or comment on this article. If this appears in the Journal Portal, it'll reach an even wider audience!)
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Archetype BrainstormingTake-aways from the Archetype Brainstorming ChatArchetype Brainstorming5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The difference between Genre and Setting
GENRE is a story structure, that has consistent elements regardless of the world it is told in. It can be told in any setting. TBOS will have the following Genres, although they will not be in this order (Note that there will not be a Genre in the final round):
Fairy Tale/Myth, Horror, Mystery/Crime, Romance, Western
SETTING is a place in which stories can be told, but do not necessarily have their own structure.
For example, Fantasy is a SETTING. Fairy tale is a GENRE. I can tell a fairy tale in any setting (Space, ancient earth, modern day). I can't tell a fantasy story in a non-fantasy world. This is also why Western is a genre, but Science Fiction is not. (Firefly, anyone?)
Activity for Brainstorming
Think of a setting, and pick an Archetype. Try to come up with as many exam